Sepia Scene inside The Alamo

Sepia Scene inside The Alamo

About the author: From Deep East Texas via a trailer park in South Austin, Kramer Wetzel spent years collecting visual proof that San Antonio is weirder than Austin.

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  • annie Apr 28, 2010 @ 9:42

    puzzling sign. but, on second thought, touching is one thing but it wouldn’t take much for someone to foolinsly want to perhaps CHIP a bit of rock off. i suppose the warning, at least, might slow someone down.

  • Sniehans Apr 28, 2010 @ 11:42

    It seems those signs draw people to touch things they wouldn’t have thought of touching if it weren’t for the signage…The rock texture is a nice contrast with the smooth paper.

  • mizhelle Apr 28, 2010 @ 11:56

    hmmm why? 🙂 nice capture!

    u may view mine here

  • Photo By Manka May 4, 2010 @ 23:54

    If a sign say something, people have a tendency to do the opposite..atleast most of the time, in this case, “what happens if i touch the wall?” ;).

    Have a great day.


  • @nemonen May 5, 2010 @ 8:33

    I promise not to touch the wall. Intersting photo!

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